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Archive for October, 2012

Company facilitates the creation of Vegas jobs for veterans

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

One company is making a big difference in the lives of servicemen and women by helping them get Vegas jobs.

Bradley-Morris, Inc., a military-focused recruiting firm, is creating hiring fairs to connect veterans with jobs. The fairs will take place in various cities across the country.

These fairs are a way for employers to recruit military to fill key positions, add bench strength and address diversity goals. On each of these dates, Fortune 1000 companies will interview JMOs (Junior Military Officers), technicians and diversity candidates with military backgrounds for positions in Management / Engineering, Technician / Supervision / Field Service and Consulting / Sales / Business Development.

“Historically, the last quarter of the year is one where we see a flurry of hiring activity for critical fill roles. Consequently, the demand for military-experienced talent also rises during this time,” said Sandra (Sandy) Morris, CEO. “Whether employers are seeking turnaround specialists or action learners, veterans will help businesses satisfy Q4 talent needs.”

October

  • 10/08 Norfolk
  • 10/15 Houston
  • 10/29 Atlanta
  • 10/29 Chicago

November

  • 11/05 Providence
  • 11/05 San Diego
  • 11/12 Las Vegas
  • 11/19 Houston

December

  • 12/03 Atlanta
  • 12/10 Austin
  • 12/10 Norfolk
  • 12/10 San Diego

Fortune 1000 companies attending BMI ConferenceHire events hire military-experienced talent for careers in leadership and middle management; project engineering; project management; sales and business development; consulting; government sector; production engineering / supervision; manufacturing engineering / management; operations and logistics engineering / supervision; electrical, mechanical and maintenance technicians; and field service technicians.

Company hiring for sales jobs in Vegas?

Sunday, October 21st, 2012

NetCom is expanding operations into the West Coast and possibly hiring for its other locations, including for sales jobs in Vegas.

NetCom is an IT and business training skills organization. It provides executive training to companies, individuals, and government agencies. NetCom Learning has trained over 80 percent of the Fortune 500, serviced over 45,500 business customers, and advanced the skills of more than 71,000 professionals. The company has been recognized by Microsoft Corporation as its Worldwide Training Partner of the Year and named three times to Inc. Magazine’s list of fastest growing private companies in America.

The company is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS), Cisco Learning Partner, CompTIA Platinum Partner, EC-Council Accredited Training Center, Adobe Authorized Training Center, designated Autodesk Training Center and many others. NetCom Learning’s training excellence has earned the Microsoft 2007 Worldwide Learning Solutions Partner of the Year.

Now the company is expanding its operations by opening a sales division on the West Coast.

It already has locations in New York City, Las Vegas, and newly opened locations in Philadelphia and the Washington D.C. metro area. The new region will contribute to the organization’s overall growth plan.

NetCom Learning CEO Russell Sarder said that having a presence on the West Coast is an important part of NetCom Learning’s strategy.

“We’ve known all along that we’d eventually want to place a division on the West Coast; however, it’s still exciting to see it actually in place. I’m confident this will help take NetCom Learning’s operations in the direction of growth that we have intended since its founding,” Sarder said.

NetCom Learning hired a sales executive to join the West Coast team. She will target IT software companies, technology startups and business technology services companies, like Unitek, QuickStart and New Horizons accounts in the Silicon Valley, when she takes on the position in mid-October.

DreamTeam hires for sales jobs in Vegas

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

DreamTeam.fm, founder of the Solavei DREAM TEAM, which is a social networking and commerce platform that enables users to connect, share and capitalize on the power of social networks, said this week it is actively filling sales jobs in Vegas.

Specifically the company wants to hire a sales contractor in order to fulfill needs in the direct sales and network marketing industries at http://4GLasVegas.com.

Michael D. Butler, Founder of the Tulsa based Solavei™ DREAM TEAM says, “the opportunity in Las Vegas couldn’t be bigger. We can now bring on a sales contractor in Las Vegas that can quickly benefit from a growing, viral network of friendship referrals in all 50 states.

“It’s really the ‘perfect storm’ Social Media has come of age, the Internet is more interactive, the economy is hurting many families and Solavei™ is making commerce affordable. And now the announcement from T-Mobile about Las Vegas helped us make the decision to begin recruiting in Las Vegas for Sales Contractors,” says Butler.

The Solavei Network launch in Seattle, WA last month.

Solavei’s initial product offering is 4G unlimited talk, text, and data with no contract for $49 a month. It operates as a MVNO through a strategic partnership with T-Mobile USA.

Walmart hires for seasonal jobs in Vegas

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Walmart said this week it will hiring thousands for the holiday season, including many for seasonal jobs in Vegas.

Walmart plans on hiring 50,000 people to ramp up for the seasonal rush.

Gisel Ruiz, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Walmart U.S. said in an article:

“This is our busiest time of the year and we are focused even more on providing excellent service to our shoppers throughout the holiday season. One way we do that is by ensuring our stores are adequately staffed by our associates.

“This year, we will be offering more hours to our existing associates and hiring more than 50,000 seasonal associates to staff our stores. That means when a customer needs help, a Walmart associate will be there to serve them.

“We know many customers are continuing to struggle as a result of the economy and high unemployment levels, but they have shown us that they’re resilient. They’re committed to giving their families a memorable Christmas. And, we hope that every customer who shops at Walmart this Christmas will be able to add a few more gifts under the tree. By offering more hours and more jobs, we hope our associates can do the same.

“Throughout the holiday season, Walmart will be focused on helping more Americans have the Christmas they want and the Christmas they can afford.”

The announcement means many people who are unemployed will be able to create some income with a job through Walmart or one of the numerous other retailers who are hiring right now.